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Binary vapor liquid equilibrium



STEP 1 : This step includes the calibration part where the user input is volume fraction and the output is the corresponding refractive index.



STEP 2 :This step includes the experiment part where the input is volume fraction and the output which you virtually get are the temperatures and the refractive index.



STEP 3:In this step we basically calculate the equilibrium compositions from the refractive index which we got in step 2.




STEP 4 :In this step the user has to calculate the relative volatility by using their equilibrium composition values which they have calculated in step 3.Finally they need to give an average relative volatility value.



STEP 5 : This step basically gives parity plots between user's equilibrium composition and virtual equilibrium composition .




STEP 6 : This is the last step which gives the user all possible reasons of deviating from the standard value of relative volatility.



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